There is a need for affordable housing in Christchurch, and in many other parts of New Zealand where land and building costs have escalated rapidly over the last few years.
The Cantabrian has been designed to sit well in many locations, whether as a stand-alone house, or as part of a larger development. A cluster of Cantabrian homes would be visually pleasing with the repeated rhythm of the simple form, the height and orientation of the light-wells, and the variation in colours and claddings.
The Cantabrian has been designed to sit well in many locations, whether as a stand-alone house, or as part of a larger development.
The philosophy of The Cantabrian readily allows for a community of Cantabrian homes, each home reflecting the individuality of its residents. The careful siting of each home and Cantabrian Cottage allows for the creation of multipurpose spaces. Such spaces can be used as areas for social gatherings, gardens, and driveways.
As the trees and gardens grow
The Cantabrian homes will settle into the landscape, providing relaxed and comfortable neighbourhoods for our future.